Washington Commandants quarterback Carson Wentz beat his previous mentor,
dominated his most memorable match with his new group and showed his new one
what it's preferred to have him as a quarterback all the terrible and the upside.
In Wentz's most memorable game with Washington, he tossed for 313 yards and four scores,
remembering two for the last quarter, in a 28-22 triumph over the Jacksonville Pumas.
Wentz played five seasons with Panthers mentor Doug Pederson while both were in Philadelphia.
It felt perfect Wentz said of the success. "To revitalize together and make it happen when it is important toward the end,
it was perfect. Incredible method for beginning."
In any case, Wentz needed to mobilize the Commandants as he tossed block attempts on continuous plays